“Into the sunset” collection is woven on hand-painted mercerized cotton. This is the second time when I paint the warp after putting it on the loom. This wrap is woven with silk / baby camel weft, in natural colour and hearts weave pattern. And this beauty is 300 GSM.
I have been experimenting with painting a white warp after I put it on the loom. Here is a piece from Tabula Rasa collection, started as a white cottolin warp: And this is a piece from “Into the sunset collection”, where I aimed for a gradient transition from indigo to white:
My model was kind enough to do the two separate photo sessions, for this material.
This week we had two major snow storms. A power black-out for 14 hours, and a day and a half of workout with a snow shovel. And a series of excellent backdrops for a silk cardigan that a very skilled friend of mine knitted a year ago. I have been wearing it a lot, and … More Snow and a silk cardigan
Now you can rent a handwoven wrap from the Silky Weave! Details here: link
A beautiful off-white wrap. Woven on a white cottolin warp, with natural Supima cotton, this wrap has amazing softness and grip. Available for sale on Etsy.
The Wedding Bouquet collection turned out to be huge. Not only I am still posting pics about things woven on this warp, but I still have fabric waiting to be hemmed, washed, and photographed. To clarify the last sentence: I have fabric waiting to be hemmed; I have fabric waiting to be washed, and a … More Wedding Bouquet collection, loop #7